Page XVI of the Legend of Thomas


The consulted retinue: these tend to the right and these to the left in the higher spheres in my likeness; a coin which was made through a die – the first chapter the sixteenth verse of Genesis.

  • Logion 17 Jesus said, “I shall give you what no eye has seen and what no ear has heard and what no hand has touched and what has never occurred to the human mind.”
  • Matthew 4:9 And he said to him, “I will give you all these things if you throw yourself to the ground and worship me.”
  • Luke 1:77 to give his people knowledge of salvation through the forgiveness of their sins.
  • John 7:39 (Now he said this about the Spirit, whom those who believed in him were going to receive, for the Spirit had not yet been given, because Jesus was not yet glorified.)
  • Acts 7:23 But if a male child is circumcised on the Sabbath so that the law of Moses is not broken, why are you angry with me because I made a man completely well on the Sabbath?
  • 1 Corinthians 2:9 But just as it is written, “Things that no eye has seen, or ear heard, or mind imagined, are the things God has prepared for those who love him.”
  • Isaiah 64:3 When you performed awesome deeds that took us by surprise, you came down, and the mountains trembled before you.
  • Jeremiah 3:16 In those days, your population will greatly increase in the land. At that time,” says the LORD, “people will no longer talk about having the ark that contains the LORD’s covenant with us. They will not call it to mind, remember it, or miss it. No, that will not be done any more!
    In the jar of clay, the broken ship was cast away, beached on an island of despair, over the past suffered loss. In prayer Origami greeted dawn, not the setting of the sun, at the time the waves of the morn had just begun; rather than be submerged in remorse, “G’morning Thomas.”
“What is in the jar of clay Thomas,” Origami asked. Note 36
“This was easier for you, Origami,” he said, “if you must.”
Origami unfolded a leg Origami knelt towards the jar of clay. The little hands of Origami reached, Thomas interrupted, “Origami, look beneath the jar of clay.”
Origami peeked under the jar. Just then, they spiraled around them. Origami covered his face the child covered the shame. The heavenly hemmed them in, Origami teared.
Thomas, “the child cannot understand let alone articulate the beauty of this mystery.”
The heavenly hem about-faced,
Thomas, “everybody, Origami, concerns themselves for the greater, how though will they entertain these little ones.”
Origami cried, “they glitter, Thomas.”
Thomas, “scary,” the jar of clay scurried away. Just then, from the voice on high under the Pomegranate tree, “he will not curse yous,” the jar returned.
Origami said, “they glitter, Thomas.”
“Yes, they do. They sparkle Origami,”
“They glitter Thomas,” Origami cried.
The heavenly hem about-faced, “I must go away soon, Origami,” Thomas.
“Let us not be dramatic,” echoed from the hem.
“You will not remember this Origami or in which that made you cry.” Note 40
Origami rubbed his eyes he wiped them dry, “may I look under the jar of clay Thomas?”

Thomas, “I do not recommend it; he becomes troubled.” Note 37

The continuation was soon to follow…. .

  • Note 36 Ethereal the largest organ(ism) in the body of the Mystic. The tendency of the Mystic; to reach the core the rays the warmth of the stars impressed upon him.
  • Note 37 Some things cannot be learned by empirical knowledge. The L-rd remains “wholly unknowable,” except perhaps by the processed information through introspection or by deep personal contemplation. Each side of the Mystical mastered mind communicates to the otherness of side pushing past the dividing red line.
  • Note 38 The process perhaps, see: Seraph Nebulae
  • Note 39 Nothing = the absence of all knowable knowledge.
  • Note 40 Without water the jar of clay in the hands of the potter becomes marred.